The ITRC PFAS team offer various training events led by experts from state and federal agencies, academia, and private industry. The training events explore the key elements for characterizing and managing PFAS impacted sites. Topics of discussion include: site characterization (sampling and analysis), complex mechanisms that impact fate and transport, current and potential remediation technologies, AFFF, and PFAS risk communications. State and federal environmental and health agencies, tribes, local governments, communities and others interested in learning about PFAS are encouraged to attend.
If you are interested in hosting a PFAS training, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The PFAS Roundtable Sessions offer a unique opportunity to interact directly with PFAS experts from around the country on a different group of topics for each session. Each Roundtable is archived for On Demand listening and includes a Q&A Digest of all questions asked for the event, including those that were not addressed during the live class.